Cats, as we all know, can be a handful at times. These little critters are just too charming for us to stop loving them, from attacking their owners’ bare feet while they go about the home to giving a slight nudge to every single object negligently left at the edge of the table or a windowpane. Even if their faces are adorned with a phallic-shaped doodle. Isn’t it amazing how often that happens? It’s not uncommon for animals to have strange marks on their fur, and Daisy, a cat that lives in a Sydney shelter, may have the most unpleasant one.
This cat with unique face markings went viral
Last year, an animal rescue team called The Mini Kitty Commune posted about the cat who was ready for adoption.
The fact that the cat’s face appears to be pretty explicit did not go ignored, which is likely what caused this cute 10-year-old kitty to go viral. The white and grey ragdoll cat has a characteristic brown contour across her face that ends just at the tip of her nose.
People couldn’t ignore her what the distinctive shape on her face resembles
“Daisy and her sister were part of a spectacular rescue earlier in August,” Derek, a member of The Mini Kitty Commune, told that when asked how Daisy wound up at their sanctuary. We get a lot of calls from people whose parents have died and their will/estate did not include a provision for their animals. We even established a bequest program for it because it always happens when we least expect it. In this case, the two cats were extremely fortunate because one of the family members was able to return to the house every day after Grandmother passed away and feed them. We try to rehome as many cats as possible, and August was a very productive month for adoptions (Finally!! (More on that later), and as soon as we secured the space, we contacted Daisy’s carers and told them they could bring her in. They were both quite unhappy when they arrived at our vets the next day (we vet everything back through Abbotsbury Vet Clinic). It happens that kids become melancholy as a result of the changes and stop eating, so it was a bit of a toss-up for a while. When we observed the facial marks, we thought to ourselves, “Hey, guys, you probably want to see this cat’s face” (insert various jokes) We put them both on fluids and placed them in our foster care program after a week. The family was lovely and offered a donation to us to pay the costs of the vet treatment, which covered the bills and allowed us to do well. Purebred cats move swiftly for all the wrong reasons, and we had a lot of calls about her. However, because there were two of them, it was more difficult to find a home at first… until the photos began to go up and be noticed.”
While the obvious marking on Daisy’s face may have turned some people away, the attention she received eventually helped her find a home. We are thrilled to report that she is currently in a trial adoption with her sister! “A great lady named Amy, who has been a long-time MKC follower, took them both in and is providing them the time and attention they need to reunite as a family,” Derek explained.
Derek stated that this is the first time he and his colleagues have encountered a cat like this. “We’ve got a lot of Kitlers (cats that resemble Hitler) and cow cats (cats with cow prints), but a d**kface cat? Unique! Everyone was inquiring about her, and it’s one of those things that just remains with you. We’re a rescue organization with ChairmanMeow as our mascot and a squad of Communist Cats, after all. As a result, we believe a new character is on the way. Inspector Phallus, how does he sound? He responded, “Nope, maybe not.”
However, so many people fell in love with Daisy when she went viral that they began to quarrel about what the cat’s characteristic shape actually resembles.
Some people think it looks like an angel, while others believe they can see the heart form plainly. However, most people couldn’t deny the obvious: the cat, regardless of her appearance, deserves a loving home!
If you’d want to support The Mini Kitty Commune in their efforts to save cats like Daisy and others, you may donate on their website.
Once photos of Daisy went viral, people began arguing what the shape on her face actually looks like